... travelers crowded train stations and airports across Japan as the Golden Week holiday began Friday without the issuance of a ... ...
, a 49-year-old woman who was on a trip to Okinawa Prefecture in southern Japan, said that they wanted to support ... ... expected, said 36-year-old
, before going to FukushimaPrefecture with his family.
Reservations for Shinkansen ... ... international flights.
In the past two
holidays, local governments asked citizens not to travel across prefectures to ...
Ambassador to Japan John Roos is one of 112 foreign nationals recognized in the spring decorations of this year for their contributions to relations with Japan, thegovernment said Friday.
Ambassador to Japan John
is one of 112 foreign nationals ... ... earthquake and tsunami that devastated northeastern Japan and triggered meltdowns at Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.
As ambassador, he was at the forefront of Operation... ... aftermath of the 2011 disaster, for example by serving Iranian dishes to people in Iwate Prefecture.
453 are women among 4,034 Japanese nationals to be decorated in 2003, the...
The effects of the planned release into the ocean of treated water from theFukushima No. A government survey shows that 1 nuclear plant is seen as limited in Japan and abroad.
The effects of the planned release into ... ... and abroad.
Among the respondents from Japan in the online survey, 14.7% said they would refrain from buying food in FukushimaPrefecture, where the nuclear plant is located after the water release, compared to 13.3% who said they are already avoiding such ...
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida wants to promote COVID 19 vaccinations in Okinawa Prefecture, which has the country's lowest rate of people who have received their third shots.
Prime Minister ... ... for two days from Sunday.
wants to encourage theprefectural and municipal governments to raise vaccination rates.
The upcoming trip will be
's second... ... the decline, and that cases are still rising in some prefectures, including Akita, Fukushima, Nagano,
At a news conference after the panel s meeting...
... situation. If the situation gets worse and the medical system is strained, we will have to ask for stricter behavior restrictions, he said.
On Friday, Nagano Gov.
urged the central government to fully analyze infection data by prefecture.
is asking local residents to take precautions at home and at group dining events to prevent infections. The central government lifted its COVID 19 pre-emergency measures for theprefecture on March 7.
Fukushima is planning to increase its anti-virus ...
... coronaviruses cases Friday, down by 1,344 from a week ago.
In the Japanese capital, seven new fatal cases were reported among ... ... average of new infections in Tokyo was 7,310. The metropolitan government said 9 a week earlier was a week ago.
The number of ... ... patients under Tokyo criteria fell by one from Thursday to 20.
Aichi Prefecture reported 2,531 cases and two deaths,
... ... week before.
Daily new cases hit a new record high in Nagano, Fukushima and
Fifty-two new deaths from COVID ...
... panel said novel coronaviruses have reached record levels in nine prefectures, but Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said there was no ... ...
said there was no need to impose COVID 19 pre-emergency measures.
The health ministry's health panel said at its meeting on April ... ... daily average of new infections hit new highs in Iwate, Akita, Fukushima, Niigata, Nagano,
and Kagoshima ... ... introducing stronger anti-virus measures, including a request for thegovernment to impose pre-emergency measures. The daily average ...
... approaches JR Sendai Station at 6: 13 a.m. after services resumed on the entire Tohoku Shinkansen Line.
On April 14 a bullet train ... ... flags as they saw off passengers.
On April 14, services between Fukushima and Sendai were resumed on
the Tohoku Shinkansen Line
... ... earthquake.
, 54, a university professor from Miyagi Prefecture, boarded the bullet train at the station that morning ... ... will make me appreciate what I have taken for granted so far. A government employee in his 50 s who lives in Sendai s